Hello, I'm just trying to sell my fire eels because I no longer have the time or space to keep them.
In case you don't know Fire Eels are not eels, if you want to see how they look like, a google search for videos will yield you many results and a web search will give you lots care tips. If you have questions ask me. I can also supply you pictures if you are serious about it. They'll eat frozen and live foods like blackworms, earthworms, shrimp, etc. Water temperature around 80-85F.
I received them when they were about 4" less than a year ago, they are now about 1 ft and maybe a little over. They are slightly shy but will eat food, live or not, right out of your hands. They will occasionally let you pet them. I'd really love to keep them but I can't. They're healthy, hardy, and eat readily.
I'm asking $40 for each or best offer.
As a bonus, I'll toss in tons of stuff like 1/3rd full bottle of prime (the 16.9fl oz large one)
Top Fin Dried Medly (still full)
And a TON of moss of random variety, medium quality since there's no CO2 etc. Enough to cover 1/4th a 40 gallon tank.
Whatever else I can dig up.
These are NOT BEGINNER FISH. They're hardy and easy to keep but their space requirements among other things is something to take notice of.
1. Cash, looking for $40 each or best offer.
2. A picture and tank size of the aquarium they're going into. I want to sell them but there's no use selling them to someone that will also put them into a small aquarium. You will be required to have AT LEAST 100 gallon tank. I would recommended going 120 minimum, even for one. They might average at 2ft but there are known specimens that get bigger, much bigger, but those are rare specimens.
3. That you arrange pick up. I can deliver it within a 15 mile radius but it'll definitely cost you and I much prefer not to. firstname.lastname@example.org
if interested but I'll try to check PMs on here if anyone is interested.